Business advisory firm snaps up services of Belfast Telegraph columnist
Northern Ireland economist Neil Gibson has been appointed to an all-island role at business advisory firm EY.
Mr Gibson, a columnist for Business Telegraph, is joining the Big Four firm in the role of chief economist. He is a former director of the Ulster University economic policy centre, where he worked for nearly five years, and has been an economic advisor to EY for over a decade.
His role will be to prove economic analysis to EY clients. He said he was "delighted" to take up the role at a time of "great change".
"I have worked with EY over the last decade and I look forward to working with our clients, helping them to continue to succeed during what is set to be a period of unprecedented uncertainty. Tapping into the global EY economic team and working alongside our local EY teams, I am looking forward to enhancing our economic services in Ireland."